McDonald Helps Scranton Edge Catholic

September 23, 2018

Corinne McDonald scored in the 64th minute to give the University of Scranton a 1-0 win over Catholic University in a women’s soccer game Saturday. McDonald scored off a free kick from the right corner by Mazie Stiles for her second goal of the season. Colleen Berry had one save to earn her second shutout of the season and 15th of her career for the Royals (6-0-1). Keystone 4, Rosemont 2 At Rosemont, Mountain View graduate Hayden Richner had two goals and an assist as Keystone College earned its first win of the year. Rosemont took the lead with a goal in the 10th minute, but Amber Shirtz tied the score with a goal in the 28th minute. Richner then scored her first goal two minutes later to give the Giants (1-6) the lead. Western Wayne graduate Rebekah Shepherd had 11 saves to earn the win. York 4, Marywood 0 At Scranton, Natalie McCarthy had two goals and an assist to lead York College. The Spartans scored two goals in a 43-second span in the first half and then added two goals in the second half in a three-minute span. Aly Moyer had five saves for the Pacers (1-6). Wilson 3, Clarks Summit 2 At Clarks Summit, Noemi Regan scored twice and assisted on the go-ahead goal to give Wilson a win. Regan assisted on Caitlin Hunsecker’s goal in the 49th minute that gave the Phoenix a 3-2 lead. Anna Howell and Shelby Brownlee scored for Clarks Summit (3-2). Men’s soccer Catholic University scored two goals in the opening 31 minutes to earn a 2-1 win over the University of Scranton. Brian Galfond and Brad Pierro scored for the Cardinals, who outshot Scranton, 20-6. Jarred Corbett scored for Scranton (2-3-2). Manhattanville 3, Marywood 0 At Scranton, Marius Nicolaysen scored two goals to lead Manhattanville College. Nicolaysen scored both goals in an eight-minute span midway through the first half and Jacob Zlobinsky added a goal in the 75th minute. Valley View graduate Mike Gallagher had eight saves for Marywood (1-5). Cairn 1, Keystone 0 At La Plume, Brendan Keller scored in the 11th minute to give Cairn University a win. Joey Weaver assisted on the goal as the Highlanders beat Keystone (5-3) for the first time since 2012. Khadim Thiam had three shots on goal for the Giants. Centenary 2, Clarks Summit 0 At Clarks Summit, Eric Nugent and Josh Weiss each had a goal to lead Centenary University. Sebastian Montoya assisted on both goals for the Cyclones, who outshot Clarks Summit, 20-10. Evan Rarick had nine saves for the Defenders (3-2). Lackawanna 4, Manor 3 At Scranton, Fitz Jolly scored the go-ahead goal in the 88th minute to give Lackawanna College a win. Manor took a 3-2 lead with a goal in the 52nd minute but Lea Bibyo Musafiri tied the score 11 minutes later. Anderson Italien had two goals for the Falcons (2-4). Field hockey Allison Berman scored two first-half goals to lead Keystone College to a 3-1 win over Wilson. Berman scored both goals in a six-minute span midway through the first half. Savanna Robinson also scored for the Giants (4-3). Catholic 3, Scranton 2 At Scranton, Meghan Shallow scored in the second overtime to give Catholic University a win. Gracie McClatchy scored for Scranton (7-1) with 20.6 seconds left to force overtime. Brianna Witt also scored for the Royals and Jenna Cyr had six saves. Stockton 1, Marywood 0 At Galloway, New Jersey, Jennell Long scored early in the second half to give Stockton University a win. Britney Stein assisted on Long’s third goal of the season at 38:47 for the Ospreys. Kerri Mountz had three saves for Marywood (5-3). Women’s volleyball Gabriella Santos had 15 kills and eight digs to lead Marywood University to a 3-2 win over Clarks Summit University. Sara Burgos had 36 assists and 12 digs for the Pacers (6-4) and Jordan Vossler had 21 digs. Beth Muhlenkamp had 12 kills and 20 digs for Clarks Summit (2-10) and Alexa Wagner had 14 assists and 10 digs. ■ The University of Scranton dropped a pair of matches, 3-1 to Wesleyan and 3-0 to Bowdoin, at the JWU Invitational. Megan Monastra had 14 kills and 14 digs for Scranton (8-9) against Wesleyan and Kindler Norman had 34 assists. Monastra had seven kills and 10 digs against Bowdoin and Kristin Kirwan had seven kills and seven digs. ■ Lackawanna College posted a pair of 3-0 victories over Lehigh-Carbon Community College and Luzerne County Community College. Jordan Skoff had 15 kills and nine digs for the Lady Falcons (5-7) against Lehigh-Carbon and Brenda Reninga had six kills and seven assists. Skoff had 18 kills and seven digs against Luzerne and Keryne Brostoski had eight kills. Men’s tennis Alexander Ochalski, Charles Swope, Brian Harkins and Scranton Prep graduate Tarquin McGurrin were two-time winners to lead the University of Scranton to a 6-3 win over Messiah. McGurrin won at No. 1 singles and teamed with Ochalski to earn a win at No. 1 doubles. Women’s golf Holy Cross graduate Maggie McDonough, North Pocono graduate Emma Nemitz and Molly Lennon each had wins to lead the University of Scranton to a 4-1 win over Wilkes University at Scranton Muni. In match play, McDonough and Lennon each earned a 9 and 8 victory and Nemitz won, 8 and 7. Scranton and Wilkes split the other two individual matches. Men’s cross country Keystone College finished sixth in the long event and 10th in the short run at the Dickinson Long/Short Invitational. In the long event, Lakeland graduate Mark Arzie was 39th in 29:36.34, Cameren Brice was 41st in 29:53.23 and Carbondale Area graduate Devin Smith was 43rd in 30:01.36. In the short run, Blade McCabe was 59th in 15:05.71, Lakeland graduate Jacob Frazier was 67th in 15:57.69 and Edward Sichilongo was 72nd in 16:11.02. ■ Kyle Franceski finished 11th overall for Penn State Scranton at the Penn State Mont Alto Invitational. Franceski finished the 8K race in 34:36, Jack Meyer was 20th in 41:42, Honesdale graduate Matt O’Neill was 23rd in 43:16 and Holy Cross graduate Robert Murphy was 25th in 46:19. Women’s cross country Scranton Prep graduate Clare Schoen of Misericordia University finished first for the third time in three races this season, winning the short race at the Dickinson Long/Short Invitational, covering the 4K course in 14:04. ■ Keystone College finished ninth in the long event and 14th in the short run. In the long event, Zoe Stephens was 45th in 28:11.69, Julia Stapleton was 48th in 28:50.47 and Honesdale graduate Diane Kille was 57th in 30:20.38. In the short race, Meg Oyer was 93rd in 20:15.25, Jodi Bravenec was 111th in 23:21.95 and Dori Lee was 117th in 28:53.19. ■ Caitlyn Powell finished eighth overall for Penn State Scranton at the Penn State Mont Alto Invitational. Powell finished the 6K race in 33:45, Abington Heights graduate Leah Byman was 10th in 37:06 and West Scranton graduate Elizabeth Yavorski was 15th in 42:58. Contact the writer: sports@timesshamrock.com; 570-348-9125; @sportsTT on Twitter

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